San Francisco police raided a Hells Angels motorcycle club headquarters in the City’s Dogpatch neighborhood early Wednesday morning in connection to the investigation of a 2013 assault..
The police department’s Gang Task Force blocked off the 1100 block of Tennessee Street, where the "Frisco" local chapter of the club is based, while executing a search warrant about 5 a.m.
The warrant was issued in connection with an incident in 2013, when several suspects wearing Hells Angels jackets allegedly assaulted someone in San Francisco, resulting in serious injuries.
Police were able to identify one of the suspects in the attack as Charles Nucci, 32, of San Francisco. He was arrested Wednesday morning and taken into custody, San Francisco police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said.
Nucci was booked into the San Francisco County Jail on aggravated assault charges. He was released several hours after his arrest on $175,000 bail, the San Francisco Sheriff's Department said.
The raid only involved the San Francisco police Gang Task Force, Esparza said.
Following the arrest, police left the clubhouse around 8:15 a.m.